Buying out of state is not a big deal in TN and I assume most states as well. The sales tax and the title fee is collected upon registration of the vehicle. If it's a new vehicle, we have to take them an "origin of manufacture" document, which sometimes takes up to a month for the dealer to provide, but other than a time delay, it's not a big deal, and the dealers usually prefer selling to out-of-state customers, because it reduces their workload and paperwork. If it's a used vehicle, we simply bring the DMV a properly-filled-out cleared title.we in California must be careful buying out of state. The DMV will get their pound of flesh (sales tax) for sure.
Extended warranties are good if this turns out to be a problematic model. The fact the NC700x has been out for awhile helped me decide it should be very reliable.I paid just a little over $10k out the door for my CTX700n but that also included a 5 year warranty I got as well.